We offer a variety of programs and events for older adults. We also serve as a source of information and referral and will help you navigate the sometimes difficult challenges of aging.

Home Delivery

Are you a Brimfield Public Library District resident who is unable to come to the library due to a permanent or temporary disability? We can provide free delivery of books, audiobooks, DVD’s and other library materials to your home on a regular basis. Participants will receive a Brimfield Public Library card and have access to all library resources. Call 309-446-9575 to register.

Activities and Events

Check out our full Events Calendar here.

One-on-One Tech Help

Need help with your eReader, using the Library’s apps, or learning basic computer skills? Library staff are available to assist. To book a one-on-one appointment, email or call 309-446-9575.


Find our wide selection of books on CD and preloaded Playaway devices here.

Talking Books
Books in digital format are supplied by the Illinois State Library Talking Book and Braille Service.
Call 309-446-9575 for more information about signing up for this service.

Assistive Devices

Browsing Scooter
Want to spend some time perusing the lower shelves? Use our manually operated browsing scooter to make getting down, up, and around easier.

Large Print Keyboard
Make typing easier at the Library’s computer workstations with our large print keyboard.

Optelec Magnifier
Use our tabletop Optelec magnifier to enlarge and view text.

Community Support

Need some extra resources? Here’s a list of organizations that may be able to help.

Brimfield Area Food Pantry
Food Pantry: Wednesdays 3pm – 6pm, Saturdays 8am-10am
Hygiene Products: Available last Wednesday and Saturday of the Month

Brimfield Union Church
125 Knoxville
Brimfield, IL 61517

Christ Alive Community Church
Food Pantry: Thursdays 3pm – 6pm
9320 Route 150 (1 mile East of Kickapoo
Edwards, IL 61528

Questions or Suggestions?

Tina Kellstadt
Adult Services Manager